Monthly Archives: February 2011

In your time…

It is interesting…some people want to rush me. Let me explain. I walk with a walker. For distances, I use a wheelchair scooter. I am ok with me. I’m slow and I’m ok with being slow. So what, as far … Continue reading

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Sharing Vulnerability

Today because of a kind soul named Susan, I went to a business networking meeting. I am grateful for her kindness. Thank you, Susan. I walked into the meeting with my walker. Right away, A woman came up to me … Continue reading

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One of the kindest things I’ve ever heard

I was talking to a friend, Susie, today and she was referring to my MS. She said God trusts you with this challenge. I was blown away. Wow. God trusts me. I’ve also thought of my extraordinary friend, Ken Jones. … Continue reading

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When I was younger…

When I was younger, I thought I was “lucky.”  Things just worked out and I was “lucky.” Now I am grateful to God for all my blessings. I say thank you and rejoice in His works. Looking back, I see … Continue reading

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The more I think I know

The more I think I know the more I realize how much I need to learn. I’ve always been a person who does not give up. I want people to have hope and see possibilities. My dream is for them … Continue reading

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Maybe I’m wrong

Maybe I’m wrong not to write my blog anymore. A nice man with a handicapped son emailed me. He found my thoughts interesting. ok. My thoughts come from empowerment of the “handicapped person.” I want them to have hope. I … Continue reading

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